Category Archives: Photography Tips

Surviving a Family Photoshoot How to make your next family photoshoot session a stress free one. Family photos are truly timeless and such a great keepsake for future generations. Getting the family together to take those perfect portraits can turn into chaos if not approached correctly. There is usually a lot more to consider when it…

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A Brief Guide to Professional Photo Restrictions The photos that a photographer hands over to you are part of their life’s work. It has their name or branding so there are a few important professional photo restrictions to note when it comes to the professional digital images that you receive. 1) Copyright. The digital images…

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How to Find the Perfect Photo Shoot Location Choosing a photo shoot location might seem like a big deal but it really doesn’t have to be difficult. A location usually drives some of the other decisions you will need to make about your shoot so it’s important to choose the right place. Here are a…

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Choosing the Right Photography Props for Your Next Photo Session Have you ever thought about adding props to your photo sessions? Photography props can add interest, depth and an extra flair to your pictures. Get your children to hold coordinating flowers for a spring or summer shoot. Love sports? Then use cricket bats in your…

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All About Pet Photography You are in a studio, working with one or two professional photographers. They are about to shoot, but hey, you’re not the one in front of the camera! These days you are not the only star. It’s time to hand over the spotlight to your beloved pet. Why Pet Owners Are…

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